Round 13 preview

ROUND 13 marks the halfway point in the competition and two of the NRL?s heavyweights square off as the Olympic Torch hits town. The Bulldogs play host to the Roosters and these games have become one of the NRL?s fiercest rivalries and the matches themselves are usually explosive encounters. I expect tonight to be no different but hopefully it is for all the right reasons.

Bulls Eye

IN Bulls Eye this week Brian Noble and Karl Pratt look forward to Saturday's Round 13 game at Odsal when over 20,000 supporters will pack into the ground to see the biggest game of all when the Bulls meet the Rhinos.

Betts announces squad for Saints clash

CARETAKER Coach Denis Betts has named a 19 man squad for Friday's Tetley's Super League against St Helens at the JJB Stadium, 8pm kick off.

Nagas returns to the fold

KEN Nagas is set to make a return to the lime-green after retiring from first grade in July 2002 because of a chronic knee injury.

Bulldogs reap revenge

THE Canterbury Bulldogs have beaten the Sydney Roosters 40-12 at Telstra Stadium in yet another great game of Rugby League to kick off the weekend of football.

Broncos not chasing Brad Thorn

BRISBANE has no plans to head hunt its former back-row giant Brad Thorn, whose football future is uncertain after missing a lucrative New Zealand rugby union contract.

Bell fit for clash with Tigers

MELBOURNE Storm centre Steven Bell has been cleared to play in tomorrow night?s NRL Round 13 clash with the Wests Tigers at Olympic Park (5.30pm), after successfully passing a fitness test this afternoon.

Bulldogs move another game to Gosford

THE Bulldogs will relocate to Express Advocate Stadium in Gosford for the second time this season for their round 15 clash with the Canberra Raiders.

Dragons re-sign young talent

THE St.George Bank Dragons have re-signed rising stars Dean Young and Ashton Sims to the end of 2006, with at least three others also close to re-signing prior to the June 30 deadline.

Dolphins News

AFTER winning three grades for the first time this season the Dolphin Awards winner were.

Bulls Announce New Date for Warrington Fixture

RUGBY?S World Champions, Bradford Bulls, have announced that their game with Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium, originally scheduled for Sunday April 18th and postponed due to Warrington?s involvement in the Powergen Challenge Cup Semi Final, will now be played on Tuesday 27th April at 8.00pm.

Leagueunlimited team of the round - Round 4

THE weekly column here at Leagueunlimited is to highlight what we here on the site think are the best players in each round of the 2004 NRL competition. Based on the opinion received from the Leagueunlimited.com live updaters, we have put together what we think is the team of the Round 4.

Storm Reshuffles In Bid To Cover Backline Woes

MELBOURNE Storm coach Craig Bellamy has reshuffled his backline in a bid to combat a rising injury toll that has seen the Storm lose three key backline players in as many weeks.

Warriors Stick to Winning Formula

WARRIORS' Head Coach, Daniel Anderson, has made only one change to the squad that beat the Manly Sea Eagles 28-10 in last week's match at Brookvale Oval.

Panthers won't come to the party

THE Penrith Panthers won?t be wearing a traditional strip when they take on St George-Illawarra at WIN Stadium later this month.

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